Below is a portion of the response to Evans by New Hampshire's Attorney General of last month outlining his reason why Evans will not get a new trial. It is found here in its entirety.
Begin by reading the original analysis, learning just how much information his words revealed about him, what he did, and how he views women, including Kassidy, who's gender he referenced. Compare what his words reveal to this document. Note what terror he inflicted and the impact of his terror, including torture for his own gratification:
"My review of Amanda Bortner's information included not only what she said during the investigative phase, but what she actually testified to at your trial. Portions of her trial testimony included the following:
Amanda witnessed you grab Kassidy's face five or six times, hard enough to leave bruises. Amanda told you to stop. You were frustrated when you grabbed Kassidy's face;
You would pick Kassidy up and roughly put her in the comer for a "time out;"
You would grab Kassidy by the back of the neck and toss her into the corner. This was done many times by you and could have been three times a week in the month before Kassidy died;
On more than one occasion, you picked up Kassidy, sometimes jerking her arm, and threw her on the bed because she wasn't standing in the comer you had placed her in;
You would get frustrated and lose your temper with Kassidy;
You made the statement that you wished Kassidy wasn't around, possibly that you wished she had never been born;
You used water to stop Kassidy from crying and afterwards, Kassidy was "scared of the kitchen sink when... [she] went to wash her hands;"
, "--Chad Evans Page Five August 21,2012
You said that Kassidy was "being a little bitch," and that Kassidy was "kind of slow, retarded;"
You and Amanda made up the "trampoline story" to hide the fact that you had caused bruises to Kassidy's face. Other excuses that were used to hide the bruises you inflicted to Kassidy included claiming that Kassidy hit her head against a wall, that another child hit her with a toy, and that she fell down;
Amanda was concerned about taking Kassidy to daycare with the bruises you inflicted on her because Amanda didn't want people to think she was doing anything to Kassidy;
You voiced concerns about members of your family seeing the bruising you'd inflicted on Kassidy;
You poked Kassidy's throat with your finger, making her gag. Amanda was mad that you did that and yelled at you. Amanda told the police you "probably did that a couple of times;"
You were concerned about Amanda's mother seeing a bruise on Kassidy's face and had a discussion with Amanda about not taking Kassidy to her grandmother's because "she might think something;"
Amanda told you at one point that she was sick of Kassidy getting hurt when she was with you;
You grabbed Amanda by the throat and had her against the couch. Amanda:
• Cut it out; • You know what gets me going; • You know what makes my temper; and • It's like you're looking for it.
You told Amanda that she "had to try to work" with your temper;
You said to
On the night you told Amanda the story about Kassidy being hit by a whiffle ball, you told Amanda that she should take Kassidy to the doctor's, but not until "the bruises clear[ed] up;
Chad Evans Page Six August 21,2012
On the morning Kassidy died, Amanda said that when she went in to get Kassidy ready to go to the babysitter's, Kassidy was laying down in bed, crying. She had a messy diaper and as Amanda changed her, Kassidy was "quiet," she did not have much energy, and "was a lot different" than she usually was in the morning; and
When Amanda dropped Kassidy off that morning, she said that Kassidy's face "looks like shit."